The Articling Registry was developed to enhance awareness of available articling opportunities throughout the province. Law firms, legal organizations, law students and licensing candidates may use the registry as a tool in articling recruitment and the job search process. Firms may post available articling positions and students seeking articles may search available positions using varying search criteria (such as geographic location, start date, etc). Firm postings become inactive after the posted application deadline. Students may post a profile (with limited personal information) for search and review by law firms.
Note : The Law Society of Upper Canada does not review, vet or endorse the firms, lawyers or the information on this registry. The Articling Registry is to assist students in identifying articling opportunities and lawyers in filling articling postings. The Law Society of Upper Canada does not endorse the suitability of postings or profiles listed on the Registry, nor does the Law Society endorse that the lawyers listed on the Registry are approved to serve as articling principals. Students are advised to contact the Articling Office if they wish to verify if the suitability of a particular posting meets Law Society's articling goals and objectives. The Law Society, its benchers, officers and employees exclude all liability for loss or damage arising from the use of, or reliance on, the individuals listed in the Registry.